Think of us as Elder Care Coaches. We evaluate. We plan. We prepare. We help you achieve your goals for your aging relative. With all the unique services that your loved one requires, we oversee and coordinate those services so that you have the peace of mind that your aging relative is receiving the quality care that you expect and they deserve.
Here are the primary areas of coordinated senior care that we provide for New Jersey families and their aging relatives:
It all starts with careful listening and personal attention. Every family's situation is unique. We will examine the physical, emotional and social needs that will enhance your aging relative’s quality of life and give your family the peace of mind that you deserve.
There’s a solution for every family. But it requires a coordinated effort by an expert who knows how to get your family member the right care, at the right time, in the right place.
Families shoulder a heavy burden as caregivers, often assuming that it’s their only viable option. The complexities of health care have made it too difficult for families to handle it on their own.
We help you uncover health care solutions that are rarely presented on the surface. Families usually have better options available – they just don’t know it. Our role is to help you find those better options and develop a long-term plan for your family and your aging relative.
Your aging relative is scheduled to be discharged from the hospital. The case manager may select any post-acute care facility with an empty bed, and you need to quickly find one that can maintain proper treatment and give your aging relative to quality care that they deserve.
Your aging relative is in a post-acute care facility and the maximum allowed Medicare days is quickly approaching. You need to evaluate options for assisted living, including the experience that each facility offers, but you don't have time to visit every one.
Your aging relative is no longer safe while living alone. You need an experienced guide to determine the best assisted living community for your loved one, evaluating the merits of service, cost and quality.
Since the hospital discharge, your aging relative requires new systems/measures at home. The social worker may arrange for Medicare home care. But you ultimately need to interview home care agencies. You are uncertain about how to screen and select the agency that is best for your loved one.
You are struggling to reach consensus with family members on the best care solutions for your aging relative. You need an objective expert to create a solution that will unite your family and benefit your aging relative.
Your aging relative's physician is recommending hospice care. You need an experienced guide to help you select an agency that is best for your loved one.
Families are always faced with difficult decisions when overseeing the care of a loved one. If any of these scenarios or others apply to your family and your aging relative, please contact us to schedule a family consultation.
Your family needs to create plan in anticipation of your aging relative's increasing need for extensive care. You need an expert to help you plan and coordinate the right level of care, anticipating the most important decisions facing your family and your aging relative.
Your aging relative is scheduled to be discharged from the post-acute care facility and wants to remain there in long-term care, but there is no space available. You are uncertain about the best options for long-term nursing care and need help with proper placement.